OPPO’s 240W Fast Charging Technology Reportedly Coming Soon


A 4,500mAh battery might be able to be charged by the future rapid charging technology in under nine minutes.


The new report suggests 240W fast charging speed could be coming soon.

In February of this year, OPPO demonstrated 240W charging.

A 4,500mAh battery might be charged using OPPO technology in nine minutes.

Although fast charging rates have increased over time, many have asserted that they would soon reach a limit where they could no longer be used securely.Although a recent rumour claims that an unnamed Chinese smartphone maker is now developing a new 240W fast charging technology, it appears that we are still quite a distance from this limit at this time.Although the story does not say who business is working on it, rumours have it that OPPO, which has already shown off a 240W fast charging concept this year, may be involved.

How current fast charging operates

The highest fast charging speed now available would increase by roughly 20% thanks to the new technology developed by the Chinese OEM.BBK Electronics’ IQOO brand now has the fastest charging speed on the market.The latter provides a 200W rapid charging speed with its flagship smartphone, the IQOO 10 Pro.As a result, the latter can charge a gadget from empty to full in 12 minutes.

Currently, a Chinese OEM is developing a mobile charging adapter with a 24V, 10A charger that can provide 240W rapid charging speeds, according to Digital Chat Station on the Chinese social media platform Weibo.Speculations suggest that the OEM in issue may be IQOO’s fellow BBK Electronics brand OPPO, which in February of this year demonstrated 240W rapid charging speeds capable of charging a 4,500mAh battery in under nine minutes.

The majority of the improvements in mainstream rapid charging speeds are now in use in manufacturing equipment.For instance, the business unveiled 120W rapid charging speed with the Xiaomi 11i Hypercharge smartphone, which could charge a 4,500mAh phone battery in just over 15 minutes.The time it takes to charge a 4,500mAh battery might be cut in half by the new charging speed, which is predicted to double the fast charging speed.

It will be interesting to watch how these technologies effect how long a smartphone’s battery lasts.Since 240W rapid charging speed might end up being the standout feature of a smartphone, further information should be available soon.

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